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Writer's luck

Writer's luck

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GabyCabezut By gabycabezut Updated Feb 16

Leah Wilder is a sci-fi and mystery writer, but her agent is demanding a romance. She takes the challenge, but is struggling to write about love. 
  Who knew that writing about feelings and sexy scenes was more difficult than plotting murders?
  She's got a deadline, but she also has Matthew Jensen as a neighbor.  "Quiet night" does not exist in his vocabulary.
  Desperate to get rid of him, she seeks the help of a witch. She wants him to move out of place, and why don't throw in a nice girlfriend while you're at it? 
  When the witch asks her for antyhing else, she asks about meeting her characters, but she never meant it in the literal way!
  While her actual characters are running around the city, she must find them and write them a happy ending (that actually makes them happy) in less than three weeks. She might need help, and Matthew Jensen is eager to give her a hand. 
  You know what they say, be careful what you wish for!

Monrosey Monrosey Jun 26, 2016
This is a great start and I love the people you chose for your characters!
AdelynAnn AdelynAnn Aug 17, 2016
Ahhh! This was so light and bubbly and refreshing! I can't wait to read on:) I haven't told you this but the whole premise of this novel is amazing!
gabycabezut gabycabezut Feb 26, 2016
@LynnS13 awe...thank you so much for taking the time to read this! It means a lot to me, since you're absolutely talented!
tamoja tamoja Mar 31, 2016
You had me at struggling author. And hockey hottie!  Lol. This feels like it's going to be electric
Cupcakes_Sparkle Cupcakes_Sparkle May 26, 2016
Sounds good! It's nice to hear story where people live in the same place as you
BrittanieCharmintine BrittanieCharmintine Jun 17, 2016
Awesome set up! Can't wait to see what the friend is going to show her!!!!!